Enterprise Can Lower TCO for ECM Solutions
The study conducted with HP and Microsoft demonstrates that customers can achieve lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. It was conducted with the understanding that enterprises often incur substantial additional costs when attempting to meet today s required scalability requirements.
EMC Corporation one of the leaders in information infrastructure solutions, through a newly released study demonstrates scalability and performance of its Documentum enterprise content management (ECM) platform.
EMC designed Documentum 6.5 with these challenges in mind, as the solution is aimed at helping large-scale enterprises contain total cost of ownership. Transactions included the most common content management activities.
Our demonstration of 100,000 EMC Documentum 6.5 (Webtop) users is not only 10 times larger than any other published benchmarking study in the ECM industry, it was achieved while dramatically reducing the overall TCO over previous versions of EMC Documentum, said Frank Chao, VP of product operations (content management and archiving division) at EMC.
Enterprise customers need a content management solution that is highly reliable, scalable and cost-effective to meet their business demands. This allows a reduction in the cost per transaction while maintaining mission-critical availability, said Lorraine Bartlett, director (worldwide server marketing, business critical systems) at HP.
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